Festival Season, the cuddly emoji guide, do's and don'ts!
Whether you're a festival virgin or a mud-stained veteran, here is our guide to getting the best out of the festival season 2017:
DO Pick a Festival that Suits You
If you're going for a family friendly one, choose one that's suitable for your kids' ages, teens or toddlers. Don't forget to take their favourite Love Bomb Cushion with you, and although we don't want them on a screen all the time, the Love Bomb Cushion app is perfect for keeping them occupied while you put the tent up in the pouring rain, ahem, we mean glorious sunshine!
DO Follow Festival Organisers' Advice
They know whether if it's best to go by car or train or bus, whether you can take glass in or not. Check out their websites for full details before you leave so as not to be disappointed otherwise it would be a definite poo emoji if you have any of your belongings confiscated. They have rules so follow them, they want you to enjoy the experience!
DO Eat Well and Stay Hydrated
You’re on the go from dusk till dawn listening to seriously cool music and enjoying the vibes but don’t forget to line that stomach of yours with something nutritious and delicious and drink plenty of water. If you're vegan or veggie, make sure it caters for you. Likewise, if you're a dedicated Atkins meat only fan, check they're not just veggie.
DO Keep Valuables on you at all Time
Best to leave anything valuable at home, failing that carry them around with you in a small backpack or festival bag. When we say valuables we of course mean you cosy, loveable Love Bomb Cushion, they are pretty versatile so when they aren’t keeping you comfortable through the night they provide a welcome break when between sets.
We could go on and on with this list so we will spare you. Whether you have just got back from Glastonbury and are planning your next assault or you are already booked into Boardmasters, Creamfields, Lovebox, Bestival, Reading and Leeds Festivals or Boomtown be sure to stay safe and carry your essential emoji cushion with you this season. And remember when all else fails use it as a way to communicate when you are too tried or sloshed to talk with the people in the next tent or your friends!